Putin announces preparing and organizing troops for the war in Ukraine
Putin called this mobilization a necessary step to protect the homeland, sovereignty and territorial integrity.
He said the West wants to defeat Russia by all means on the battlefield.
MoscowRussian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday announced a partial mobilization that will now call up three million Russian reservists to war in Ukraine. According to a Reuters news agency, Putin said in a video announcing the mobilization that he considered it necessary to take this decision in a situation entirely appropriate to the threats facing Russia. Putin called it a necessary step to protect Russia’s homeland, sovereignty and territorial integrity. He said in Russian that only members of the reserve forces and those who have previously served in the army would be selected for this mobilization.
“The Russian army fights enemies on more than 1,000 km of border”
The country’s President, Vladimir Putin, in his address to the people, told the people that his armed forces were not only confronting neo-Nazi forces, but also operating over a distance of more than 1,000 km, giving a appropriate response to the entire military apparatus of the collective West. He added that NATO was gathering intelligence in southern Russia. Washington, London and Brussels are directly inciting Kyiv to carry out military action in our country. They openly say that Russia must be defeated on the battlefield by all means.
“Use state-of-the-art weapons when integrity is under attack”
The Russian leader also signaled directly to NATO and the Western world that he would not hesitate to proceed with nuclear annihilation in the event of an attack on Russia. He said in the video that Russia also has various means of destruction, and they are in some ways more modern than NATO countries. When the territorial integrity of Russia is threatened, of course, he will use all means to defend Russia and the people.
Tags: war russia ukraine, Vladimir Poutine
FIRST POST: September 21, 2022, 3:19 p.m. HST